VIDEO: Judicial Control of Public Policies and Budget Allocations: Experiences from Argentina, Colombia and Mexico
In several Latin American countries, the judiciary has been taking an increasingly leading role in enforcing human rights. In particular, actors in the judiciary branch have been mandating the executive or legislative branches to allocate budget resources or to design and implement public policies to realise human rights. This video features experts from Argentina, Colombia and Mexico involved in bringing before the judiciary human rights cases with budget or public policy implications. They discuss their work and some of the key achievements being realised in their countries.
Other ELLA knowledge materials relating to Promoting Human Rights:
GUIDES AND BRIEFS
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTS